Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Global Warming Indoctrination in Common Core Curriculum

From the Daily Caller:
Fifth grade students at Fremont Elementary School in Colorado were assigned a reading passage that describes global warming as a dangerous, man-made phenomenon that will destroy civilization in a few hundred years.   
The reading assignment was found inside a workbook aligned with the controversial national Common Core curriculum guidelines, and was titled “Homework from the Future.” It tells the fictional story of a visitor to the year 2512 who discovers that the eastern United States is under water and the country’s population greatly reduced, all thanks to man-made global warming: 
By the early 21st century, people knew that the massive use of fossil fuels was heating up the planet. But people didn’t stop their destructive lifestyles. They just kept using up Earth’s resources. The ice sheets melted, and Earth’s crust shifted. In 2130. the oceans began to rise over farmland and cities. In 300 years, most of the eastern United States was covered with water.

1 comment:

Always On Watch said...

Attention, parents!

These propaganda lesson plans are often presented under the radar. That is, you the parent doesn't see all of the materials used in the classroom. By various means, the materials are never seen by the parents -- some of these barriers to parents being erected by digital means that only students and teachers have access to.